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Listen to March 21, 2008 edition

Mathematigals | Most powerful telescope | Buried past

March 21, 2008 edition of ARIZONA SPOTLIGHT, with host Mark McLemore.

The TUSD is currently looking at closing some schools due to budget cuts, and this has inspired the Ochoa Elementary girl's math club to crunch the numbers and see if they can find a way to save their school. Kimberly Craft will introduce us to "The Mathematigals"...

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NPR's Ted Robbins brings us a look at the most powerful telescope in the world, the $120 million dollar Large Binocular Telescope that now sits atop Mt. Graham near Safford, Arizona...

Large Binocular Telescope Watch LBT video

A new downtown construction project is revealing a rich source of history - it is on the former location of both a 19th century cemetery, and ancient Native American pit dwellings. Luis Carrion visits some of the scientists who are working to uncover Tucson's buried past...

Watch the video Joint Courts Archaeological project

Claudine LoMonaco introduces us to another storyteller from The Miner's Story Project, Stoney Collins, a modern-day prospector...

The Miner's Story Project

ARIZONA SPOTLIGHT is heard every Friday morning at 9:30 and evening at 6:00 on KUAZ radio 89.1 FM / 1550 AM.

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